Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) was launched by the then Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon in 2011 as an international organization working towards universal energy access, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. In an exclusive interview with ETEnergyworld, Olivia Coldrey, Lead Finance Special says there are positive investments trends in India’s renewable energy sector but issues like honoring of PPAs, slowdown in project tendering and transmission risk can create doubt over investment decisions. Edited excerpts..
SEforALL recently published a report on energy finance. What is the motivation and the central idea behind the production of the report and what are the key findings?
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